Mrs Wilkinsons Parsley Scone

Mrs Wilkinsons Parsley Scone

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"The scone was very light and moist, with a delicious cheese and bacon flavour. I ate some warm from the oven but it is just a good cold with some salad.Next time I make this recipe I intend to fry a little onion with the bacon, as I think that this will enhance the flavours further."

- bleachie

Ingredients

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8 oz Self-raising flour
1 tb Ketchup
4 oz Cheese
2 oz Bacon
1 ds Worcestershire sauce
1 oz Butter
1/4 pt Milk
1/2 ts Salt
1 tb Parsley; fresh chopped

Original recipe makes 4

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Directions: Remove rind from bacon, grill or fry until crisp and cut into pieces. Sieve together the flour and the salt, and rub in the butter. Add 3 ozs. of the cheese,all the chopped bacon and all the chopped parsley. Mix together the milk, tomato ketchup and worcester sauce, and add to the dry ingredients. Mix to a soft dough and roll out on a floured surface to a 7 inch round. Brush with milk, sprinkle with remaining cheese and mark into 8 wedges. Place on greased baking sheet. Bake at 400 F for 30 minutes. contributed to The Blue Peter Book of Gorgeous Grub by Diane Glenn, Age 14, Sheffield, South Yorkshire (England), copyright BBC, 1980. -a collection of young viewers winning recipes, judged by Delia Smith

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The scone was very light and moist, with a delicious cheese and bacon flavour. I ate some warm from the oven but it is just a good cold with some salad.Next time I make this recipe I intend to fry a little onion with the bacon, as I think that this will enhance the flavours further.
bleachie 6 years ago
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